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    Rink Throwback, Round About Town and More!

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    Fall Arts Preview: October–November

    Fall Arts Preview: October–November

    OCTOBER Marga Gomez – Latin Standards October 5–November 17 The Marsh Berkeley Arts Center 2120 Allston Way Berkeley LGBT community favorite Marga Gomez will bring her critically acclaimed show Latin…

    The Legacy of Aretha Franklin Will Forever Thrive in the Castro and Beyond

    The Legacy of Aretha Franklin Will Forever Thrive in the Castro and Beyond

    Not long after the passing of Aretha Franklin (1942–2018) was announced on the morning of Thursday, August 16, her immortal legacy became evident in the Castro. We could hear her…

    My Experiences as a Nurse Deployed to the Mendocino Complex Fire

    My Experiences as a Nurse Deployed to the Mendocino Complex Fire

    By Kurt Bilse, RN, BSN, PHN– Last year, like so many other Americans, I watched the hurricanes, fires and other natural disasters sweep across our country and wished that I…

    ‘Prisoner 00045’ Transported to Alcatraz

    ‘Prisoner 00045’ Transported to Alcatraz

    On Sunday, July 22, The Trump Chicken organization sailed a 33-foot President Donald Trump-resembling balloon around Alcatraz, in front of AT&T Park and at other Bay locations from 11:30 am…

    San Francisco Pride Parade, Dykes on Bikes, Round About and More!

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    Mormon Gay Pride: Behind the Headlines

    Mormon Gay Pride: Behind the Headlines

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– “The Mormon Tabernacle Choir Gets a Gay Conductor – On One Night” Headline from The Salt Lake Tribune on June 25, 2018 What? That has to…

    First LGBTQ Newspaper Jointly Produced by Gay Men and Women Celebrates 40th Anniversary – Original art by Debra Walker

    First LGBTQ Newspaper Jointly Produced by Gay Men and Women Celebrates 40th Anniversary – Original art by Debra Walker

    The San Francisco Bay Times, the first LGBTQ newspaper founded jointly and equally by gay men and women, is celebrating its 40th anniversary in conjunction with San Francisco’s Pride Month. Launched in 1978, the San Francisco Bay…

    San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band Celebrates Four Decades

    San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band Celebrates Four Decades

    The San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band (SFLGFB), like the San Francisco Bay Times, began in 1978, although the Band had a different name then: the San Francisco Gay Freedom Day…

    Kate Kendell’s Legacy of Inspired Leadership at the National Center for Lesbian Rights

    Kate Kendell’s Legacy of Inspired Leadership at the National Center for Lesbian Rights

    The National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) has a team unlike any other, with each member being passionate, hard-working, thoughtful and fully driven to achieve LGBTQ equality goals. At the…